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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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I let the inmates watch it at the prison they werent to impressed with it nor was I so nah this movie sucked not enough actual basketball and the story line was that of a low budget film that goes straight to dvd
I don't know what this shit was, apparently it's a basketball movie but really all I see is a movie about two boring people going through life by playing a couple of minutes of basketball. This movie really made no sense, the storyline was very unclear and all the scenes with basketball are the most boring scenes ever, seriously every basketball scene lasts like 20 seconds and it's just people throwing the ball and that's all you really see, honestly you don't even get to watch a full basketball game in this movie. I thought this movie was about basketball not about two dummy's that hit on chicks and hustle people. This movie is literally the most dumbest movie you will ever watch, almost every 10 seconds you can find something wrong with this movie. I say give this movie a watch and count all the flaws it has because trust me there's a lot of them.
A sterotypical black movie (though that is not necessarily a bad thing). The basketball scenes are pretty fun to watch (albeit a bit scripted) and the plot is decent enough to be watchable, though it really doesn't offer anything new. All in all not Crossover is not as bad as people say it is but it is nothing great either.
Ooooooooh boy, I bet not many of the actors in this one openly admit to being in it. Just plain badly done. Writing was awful, direction was awful, and if I want to see acting this bad again, I'll go to a high school play. The lone bright spot was Lil JJ. He was entertaining.